Crochet Flower Tutorial For Beginners (Simple & Easy)

Crochet Flower

This tutorial on Crochet Flower Patterns for Absolute Beginners is a comprehensive and easy-to-follow guide that will help you create beautiful floral embellishments quickly. It is designed especially for beginners and covers everything you need to know, from basic crochet stitches to assembling your final piece. With this guide, you can start your crochet journey and add vibrant blossoms to your world!

Crochet Flower Tutorial

Making of Crochet Flower

Here, you can find all the necessary materials and a summary of making a crochet flower pattern.


  • Worsted yarn (100% acrylic, medium 4 weight) for a larger flower or any other yarn as desired
  • A Crochet hook, size H/5mm, for worsted weight yarn. Change the size according to the yarn used.
  • A pair of scissors
  • A yarn needle

Pattern Summary

The crochet flower pattern starts with creating a central circle. This is done by making a slip knot and creating six chain stitches. These stitches are then joined to form a circle by employing a slip stitch into the first stitch. Once this is done, the process of crocheting the petals begins. Initiate this part by working a single crochet in the center of your circle, then follow this up with two chain stitches. Then, three triple crochets are worked in, succeeded by another two chain stitches. The completion of a petal comes with one more single crochet.

After the construction of each petal, all the fabric is pushed to one side. This provides space for the creation of the next petal. Remember that the flower’s overall size can be varied and primarily depends on the weight and thickness of the yarn you have chosen to work with. Once all the petals are completed, the loose ends of the yarn need to be woven in neatly. Any excess of the yarn should then be cut off. Remember that practice makes perfect, especially when making intricate crochet flower patterns.

Crochet Flower Tutorial For Beginners (Simple & Easy)

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